“Public broadcasting makes our nation smarter, stronger and, yes, safer. It’s a small public investment that pays huge dividends for Americans.”
“I see public media as a lever. It pushes people by elevating them and their sights. It brings them into more thinking and understanding, and it brings us together.”
“We need public media that acts as our largest classroom. We need broadcasting that treats us as citizens, not simply as consumers.”
Read the full article at the Times.